Brain Power: Women in Math & Science

If you are a woman or man interested in opportunities for women in math, any science, and/or technology fields, Brain Power: Women in Math & Science is for you!

In the fall semester, you will take Math 198: Women in Math & Science, a seminar course designed specifically for members of the Learning Community. You will learn about careers in math and science fields, and you will have the opportunity to meet and network with women in a variety of science, technology, engineering, and math fields, in both professional and social settings.

You will also take a special section of Introduction to Sociology taught by the chair of the department, Dr. Julia McQullian, and a course in Environmental Ethics. In addition, throughout the year, you will enroll in math and sciences courses fitting your career goals and interests.

Through the Learning Community, you will learn about resources and opportunities for women in math and science. You will also be invited to participate in exclusive events connecting math and science with the arts and the environment, as well as community outreach and service projects.

Community Details
Open To: First-year students interested in opportunities for women in math and science fields
Location: University Suites
Courses: Fall:
Intro to Sociology (SOCI 101)

Women in Math & Science Seminar (MATH 198)

Major-appropriate math and science courses

Spring:

Environmental Ethics (PHIL 225)

Major-appropriate math and science courses

Meet the Faculty Sponsor
Dr. Petronela Radu

Dr. Petronela Radu

Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics